Latest Denise Bode Stories

2009-04-04 14:10:00

Industry officials said on Friday that the push to boost U.S. electric generation from wind and other renewable energy sources is forcing U.S. lawmakers to address the contentious issue of whether states or the federal government should have final authority to site new power lines.Head of the American Wind Energy Association, Denise Bode, said national oversight of transmission development is critical to exploit the country's abundant wind energy resources.Thousands of miles of new...

2008-11-14 12:00:19

Aubrey K. McClendon, Chairman of the American Clean Skies Foundation (ACSF), announced today that Denise Bode, Chief Executive Officer of ACSF, would be leaving the foundation next month to become the President of the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA). "We are very proud of what Denise has helped build at the American Clean Skies Foundation," said McClendon. "We wish her continued success in her new position and look forward to continuing to work closely with Denise. We share the...

2008-11-14 12:00:19

The American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) today announced the appointment of Denise Bode as its new CEO, effective January 2, 2009. Bode will succeed Randall S. Swisher, who is retiring after a 19-year stint with AWEA. Bode, who is currently CEO of the American Clean Skies Foundation, is a nationally recognized energy policy expert and served for nine years on the Oklahoma Corporation Commission. Her experience in the energy field is extensive and includes seven years as President...

2008-09-26 00:00:26

By Janice Francis-Smith Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Bob Anthony refused to vote. Commissioner Jim Roth criticized his colleagues. But on Wednesday, the three-member commission managed to approve OG&E's request for cost recovery of its purchase of the Redbud power plant in Luther. Approval of OG&E's purchase of an efficient, natural gas-fired power plant - eliminating the utility's need to undertake an expensive construction project for years to come - might have been...

2008-07-29 12:01:17

American Clean Skies Foundation: What: A comprehensive new study done by the American Clean Skies Foundation (ACSF) and Navigant Consulting Inc., indicating that the United States has an abundant supply of natural gas -- enough to last more than 100 years, will be released. This supply could be the key to reducing not only the rising cost of gasoline, but our reliance on foreign energy sources as well. This study contradicts all previous industry forecasts that the current domestic...

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